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Shape the future of the Victorian state disability plan 2013 - 2016

disability action largeThe Victorian Government wants to know whether the Victorian state disability plan 2013–16 is making a difference to the lives of people with a disability. We are using a questionnaire to ask people with a disability who are over 18 years old about their experiences since the plan was launched in January 2013.

The Victorian state disability plan 2013-16 tells you what all government departments are doing towards giving people with a disability the same choices and opportunities as everyone else in the community.

If you have a disability and are over 18, fill in the questionnaire before Friday 30 May and tell the Victorian Government how their plan is making a difference to you. Answers to the questionnaire will be used to help the government to improve their services and increase the participation of people with a disability in all areas of life.

The questionnaire will take about10 to 15 minutes to complete. It will close on Friday 30 May 2014.

All answers will be kept anonymous and confidential.

To fill the questionnaire click on this link:

If you have any questions, would like the questionnaire in a different format or would like to fill in the questionnaire by ‘phone, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 1300 880 043.


GMW news Update - Third Editiongm water

East Goulburn Main Offtake Bridges Residents Newsletter

GMW will be issuing regular communications to residents of Goulburn Weir as we proceed with our bridge replacement works.

Download a copy of the third edition of the East Goulburn Main Offtake Bridges Residents Newsletter


The Strathbogie Shire Council Road Show is back again!

Roadshow 2014


Strathbogie aiming for safer roads during bushfiresnsp

A trial has commenced to use a forest mulcher on the approaches to the Ruffy Neighbourhood Safer Place, this trial is aimed at reducing some of the finer fire fuels immediately adjacent to the road surface.

Neighbourhood Safer Places (NSPs) are designed to provide a form of refuge from bushfire for community members if their fire safety plans have failed. One important aspect with a NSP is safe access if people decide they need to get there.

Read more: Strathbogie aiming for safer roads during bushfires


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